Curly hair products are becoming more abundant on the market now that businesses are realizing that there is a substantial need that has not been fully met. If you go into any hair store or shopping center, there are more products for straight hair women than any other hair type. Straight hair products dominate the market because more women either wear their hair straight or have naturally straight hair.
Curly hair products are now in more demand and it is especially seen with that of natural black hair care. Women in the African American hair care community are starting to wear their hair in its curly state.
Women who are African American or have some percentage of African American within their family tree inherently have curly hair. So there is a big demand for good curly hair products within the natural black hair community.
First of course is that of a shampoo. You can choose a shampoo that you only use to clarify your hair or a moisturizing shampoo. A shampoo that I have tried and loved is from the Giovanni line. That of the Giovanni’s smooth as silk as my regular moisturizing shampoo.
Then the Giovanni’s tea tree shampoo that is more for clarifying and removing product build up. I have heard great things about the kinky curly come clean shampoo, Dr. Bonner’s magic soap, and that of Burt’s Bee. If you are looking for a cheaper shampoo then try the Herbal Essences Hello Hydration.
Some curly hair women do not like to wash their hair with shampoo because it is too stripping and causes the hair to be more frizzes. If you are totally against that of traditional shampoo, then try these three things to clean the hair.
1.No Poo, which means no shampooing for short. Baking Soda Wash and Apple cider Vinegar. I love, love, love this combo to really cleanse my hair and scalp, make my curl have a little pop, and to leave my scalp flake free and PH balanced. I mixed half a cup of conditioner with two to three tablespoons of baking soda. Mix one ounce of Apple cider Vinegar with 7 ounces of water. Wash my hair with the mixture and completely rinse my hair out. Then pour on the apple cider vinegar mixture.
2.Co-washing is when you wash your hair with conditioner only. I love to use Suave Naturals Coconut Conditioner for this because it is a very light conditioner. It is good to conditioner wash your hair when you need to wash your hair more often than once a week. Co-washing keeps the curls and moisture in your hair more so then if you would constantly wash your hair with shampoo.
3.Shampoo Bars are another was to stop hair from drying out. This way you can focus more on cleansing the scalp and letting the shampoo bar lather run down your hair. Shampoo bar are made with very natural and “good for your curls” ingredients
(I like Giovanni’s smooth as silk conditioner, Herbal Essences Hello Hydration conditioner, Oyin Handmade Honey Hemp Conditioner, and of course Suave Natural’s Coconut Conditioner)
(I like to make my own deep Conditioner by my mixing hair oils with one of the Conditioner listed above)
•Leave in conditioner spray
(I like Juices and Berries by Oyin Handmade and Aussies Moist Hair Insurance leave in)
•Leave in conditioner cream
(Honey Hemp Conditioner and African Pride’s Olive Miracle Moisturizer Lotion)
(Oyin handmade whipped pudding and raw Shea butter mixed with essential oils)
(100% and extra virgin-olive oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, avocado oil, castor oil)
(Aloe Vera Gel and Eco styler brown and green gels)
•Wax, pomade, holding cream
(Oyin Handmade Burnt Sugar Pomade)
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